Silvestre Dangond talked about his upcoming concerts in Bogotá: “They will not be in Campín”

Silvestre Dangond talked about his upcoming concerts in Bogotá: “They will not be in Campín”
Silvestre Dangond talked about his upcoming concerts in Bogotá: “They will not be in Campín”

Silvestre Dangond will no longer do concerts in El Campín de Bogotá with his ‘Ta’ malo tour’ – credit courtesy of Gus Rincón press office

Silvestre Dangond spoke with Infobae Colombia hours before the most important date in his 22-year musical career, because this May 18 he will set foot for the first time in Bogotá’s largest soccer stadium; sports venue where he achieved a full house with his tour: Ta’ bad tour 2024. “Believe me, I am still the same with or without Campín, that does not change me at all.”

In addition, the vallenato artist who prepared several surprises to celebrate his 44 years of life live, together with the sylvestrism who will accompany him in this important presentation, confirmed if he will have more concerts in the Colombian capital regarding the sold out. “No, I don’t think I will have more concerts in Bogotá. And, if I ever have them, I am sure that they will not be in Campín.”

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2024 has shown Silvestre Dangond how much his audience loves him and everything he has achieved in a long musical journey, because after his return from the short professional break that lasted almost two years, in which he retired from the stage to dedicate himself to his family, he found that his fans are more alive and firm than ever and that has become more than clear to him with the massive attendance that his tour concerts have enjoyed. Ta’ bad tour. “At first I couldn’t believe it. I woke up worried thinking: how are we going to fill that pod, But then I remembered that we already had everything sold and I smiled.”

Silvestre Dangond was accompanied by his wife Pieri Avendaño at the Vallenato 2024 Festival – credit @silvestredangond/Instagram

However, For 15 years, the singer had a dream when he first arrived in the Colombian capital, ever perform at the emblematic Campín, a dream that came true, becoming, until now, the only vallenato singer who has filled this important stage that has received the greatest stars of music worldwide.

With the prudence, calm and modesty that characterizes him, Silvestre told Infobae Colombia How do you feel and what are your expectations for achieving this feat: “I’m calm, remember that I come from below and everything has cost me work, effort and sacrifice. I want to live in the moment, enjoy it and preserve it, here the most important thing is to see that Despite all the stick they throw at us, the new generations and other genres that have wanted to extinguish us, vallenato is still alive in people and they treasure it as their favorite Colombian rhythm.”

Despite his success, Silvestre Dangong, contrary to thinking big, is looking to dedicate himself to his music without the speed that the industry demands of him. “I’m not thinking about what comes next, My greatest wish right now is that they let me make my songs from the soul, to sing with my heart, to honor folklore and my land without worrying about having to bill or fill spaces,” commented the vallenato artist about his professional future after having filled the Campín, since he cannot imagine aspiring to sing in another larger space.

Silvestre Dangond announced that he is retiring after 22 years of musical career - credit sylvestredangond/Instagram
Silvestre Dangond announced that he is retiring after 22 years of musical career – credit sylvestredangond/Instagram

In that order of ideas, Silvestre referred to the question asked by the media, followers and colleagues about whether or not he will have more concerts in El Campín taking advantage of the reception that his 2024 tour had, ensuring that he categorically will not. “Time is short, I’m still on my way to the United States.” and I will be alternating the cities there with those that are missing in Colombia and I would not like to fill myself with commitments, I hope to be able to make music freely and without worries.”

The guajiro singer’s next stop will be the Ovens Auditorium in the city of Charlotte, North Carolina and, after touring several cities, will return to Pereira, Ibagué, Neiva and Bucaramanga, from where he will leave for Puerto Rico, before returning to the United States.

“I’m going to be traveling all the time back and forth, but it was the only way in which the dates could fit us to be where the public wants us to be,” the singer concluded after explaining to Infobae Colombia that your tour Ta’ bad tour It already has dates scheduled for 2024 and part of 2025, which is why thinking about a second concert in Bogotá is difficult.

On May 18, the artist will perform with accordion players Rolando Ochoa and Juancho De La Espriella -credit @silvestredangond/Instagram

 
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